While none of these options interest me, I certainly receive many offers.Many of these offers come from much younger men (I mean, 15, 20, or 25 years younger).

While I've had my share of ridiculous, pointless come-ons, I've also met men interested in real dating.

In the past year, I've dated two different men that I met on Tinder. Our first date was in a left-wing cooperative bookstore and cafe.

Unfortunately, as two people with impossibly tight and busy schedules, we weren't able to (or perhaps were unwilling or frightened) to carve out enough time in our schedules to really give the relationship a chance.

I've also been on several first dates that didn't lead to second dates with other men I've met on Tinder.

On the flip side, many of the men are there for hook-ups.

For every man seeking dating or romance on Tinder, there are probably 10 others seeking to hook-up, or to become friends with benefits.A new dating app, specifically for gay men, has been launched with the aim to give users a choice between relationships or more casual hook ups.Chappy, a fusion of ‘choice’ and ‘happy’ is the brainchild of Ollie Locke – of fame – and Jack Rogers.As we sipped wine and gazed out at the hotel's infinity pool and the lights of the city, we talked about how nice it would be have to have a date with us.Naturally, the topic turned to men and the atmosphere in the room began to resemble a slumber party. We sat side by side, swiping right and left, exclaiming with glee when we matched with someone. I had tried (and still use) other dating applications but the pool of men I had been meeting began to feel limited.However, I am also someone who enjoys dating and believes it's possible to date I've learned a lot about using a dating app.